Hidden Gem Music Club coming to Normandy Square Shopping Center.

NEW DETAILS: ‘Hidden Gem’ club will spotlight live music, local bands on 725 

The co-owner of the Hidden Gem Music Club has revealed details about his plans for the live-music destination in the works at 507 Miamisburg-Centerville Road (Ohio 725) in the Normandy Square Shopping Center in Washington Twp. 

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“The plan is for a fairly traditional bar that regularly features live music, mostly from local bands and musicians, but we’ll also look at bringing some outside acts in,” Hidden Gem co-founder Tony Schmidt told this news outlet.

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“Our musical tastes are pretty varied, including rock, blues, funk, electronic, jazz, folk, hip-hop, and more, so we hope to feature an eclectic mix of acts to appeal to lots of different people,” Schmidt said. “We’ll see what works, and that will inform the direction the business takes.”

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“As for an opening date, It’s still early to say, but we’re anticipating sometime in the next four to six months,” the business owner said.

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The space, which is located behind The Submarine House in Normandy Square, most recently housed Normandy Banquet & Event Center. Previously, it was home to a couple of nightclubs, including Intrigue and The Liquid Room.

***Original Story (Aug. 9, 2019)***

A new music venue appears to be in the works in the Normandy Square Shopping Center in Washington Twp.

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An application for a full liquor license was filed with the Ohio Division of Liquor Control on Monday, Aug. 5, for 507 Miamisburg-Centerville Road in Washington Twp., according to the state agency’s web site. That space formerly held another music venue called The Liquid Room, among others. The applicant, Tad Entertainment LLC, said in the application that it will do business as “Hidden Gem Music Club.”

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The filing of a liquor-license application is often one of the first steps in the early development of a new restaurant, pub or nightclub, and not every application leads to a business opening.

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This news outlet has reached out to the owners of Tad Entertainment LLC, and we will update this story with any new information.

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